You need a cable to replace a broken USB port on your PC.
But it’s not always simple to find the right one.
Here are our tips on how to find a new one.
Check the brand of USB cable you’re looking at.
There are several different brands of USB cables.
For example, you could check the type of connector on your computer to be sure that the cable you need is compatible.
You may also need to check the length of the cable as it can vary depending on the computer you’re using.
Some types of USB cords, such as the Microsoft Xbox One USB 3.0, come in lengths ranging from 3 to 5 feet, while other types, such to the cable found in the latest MacBooks, can be shorter than 5 feet.
If the cord is shorter than that, it may not be compatible with your PC, which means you’ll have to buy another one.
Check to see if the computer’s USB port has been replaced.
If you can’t find the missing connector, there may be a problem with the computer or the hardware on your device.
Check that the port has not been replaced in the last several years.
If it hasn’t, there could be a hardware problem with your device or the cable.
If there’s a problem, make sure the USB port is connected properly.
Check your computer’s BIOS and Windows Update to make sure that your USB port’s USB connection is correct.
If that doesn’t work, try a different USB port, such a the new USB 3 port found in some laptops, and check that the connector is plugged in.
Make sure that it’s plugged into a plug and play port or an outlet that doesn and that the device’s USB cable isn’t damaged.
If your computer isn’t able to connect to the new port, make a note of which USB port you need and then try to find one of those that doesn, according to the manufacturer’s website.
If possible, get a replacement cable.
If not, it’s best to get a new cable.
There’s a small chance that you’ll need to buy a new USB cable to repair your device because of a hardware or software problem.
If necessary, get it repaired.
If all else fails, get your device fixed, and then reconnect the USB cable.
For some of these tips, you may also want to read: How to repair damaged USB ports